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Two words: LIGHTNING FAST!

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This used to be an awesome tool. Unfortunately, developers decided to ruin it completely with AJAX. When world finally decided that ajax is not a solution to every problem, phpMyAdmin's developers are trying to convince people otherwise. Fortunately there's an option to disable some ajax features, but not all of them. Ajax adds so many usability issues, that developers didn't think of or maybe just want to ignore. The very first principle for building apps for the web is KISS - keep it simple stupid! So no ajax, make it work with a simple pure browser, then add ajax “features” for these who really want it.

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  • cybernoid
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    Must-have tool for web-based database administration tasks. Would maybe need some interface enhancements to catch up with the modern web (or at least maybe a modern theme with modern features, to keep all the vanilla users happy as well).

    Posted 05/25/2015
  • cmyker
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    The good thing about phpmyadmin is that developers implement new features or new mysql/mariadb functionality support much faster than desktop apps like sqlyog because developers release new versions often.

    Posted 09/15/2014
  • gmclean
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    Hasn't worked since version 2.5.6 WHITE SCREEN, always.. so frustrating...

    Posted 09/04/2014
  • veerendra2
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    Great work guys,it very easy for learners like me to learn,develop php apps with mysql and administrate the my sql.

    Posted 08/21/2014
  • vtejesh
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    excellent features and ease of use

    Posted 05/23/2014
  • groupolice
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    Status MySQL website in Persian Civil Engineering Central

    Posted 05/22/2014
  • thez101
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    its ok-ish

    Posted 05/15/2014
  • toxi22
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    Excellent

    Posted 04/26/2014
  • toxi22
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    Excellent

    Posted 04/26/2014
  • minnen
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    This is an essential piece of software for those who work with mysql on a regular basis.

    Posted 02/01/2014
  • salmanaligeek
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    Please update the screenshots

    Posted 01/02/2014
  • aguynamedruchir
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    A great GUI for managing MySQL Databases. Love it! Been using it since I started web development 2 years ago.

    Posted 11/14/2013
  • oiram_mh
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    Have been using different GUI tools, web-based and not, for MySQL management and there is not a single one which I would grade higher than phpMyAdmin. It is simple in its design and easy to use when it comes to user experience. phpMyAdmin should be YOUR tool of choice as well.

    Posted 06/21/2013
  • majkel78
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    This used to be an awesome tool. Unfortunately, developers decided to ruin it completely with AJAX. When world finally decided that ajax is not a solution to every problem, phpMyAdmin's developers are trying to convince people otherwise. Fortunately there's an option to disable some ajax features, but not all of them. Ajax adds so many usability issues, that developers didn't think of or maybe just want to ignore. The very first principle for building apps for the web is KISS - keep it simple stupid! So no ajax, make it work with a simple pure browser, then add ajax “features” for these who really want it.

    Posted 06/12/2013
  • sotoz
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    phpMyAdmin is a valuable asset when developing and testing mysql databases online. It is fast and has a lot of needed features. Bugs are there but they are infrequent and not harmful. Highly recommended for web development.

    Posted 06/07/2013
  • hwalker1
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    Would possibly be OK if I could work out how the download page works. So many dummy downloads that I gave up trying. Will wait until its included in the next version of Xamp. I'd rather pay a few quid for it rather than put up with such a rubbish download page!

    Posted 05/15/2013
  • bigb06
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    PHPMyAdmin is essential for the application PHP / MySQL development tool. I use it since 1999 and I have never been disappointed. The interface and functions have evolved without becoming a gas plant!

    Posted 05/01/2013
  • water-proof
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    The best of MySQL!

    Posted 04/02/2013
  • andersnilsson19
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    Very good tool. Great work you guys working on this.

    Posted 03/19/2013
  • mikecharming
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    Really like this one here folks!!!

    Posted 03/15/2013
  • propertyspeed10
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    good, useful for wordpress website

    Posted 03/05/2013
  • chezbas
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    the simple way to admin MySQL database with web interface i have ever meet

    Posted 02/18/2013
  • hfurius
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    Irreplaceabile software for SQL administrator or webmaster!

    Posted 02/13/2013
  • dillonbutler
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    Parab�ns

    Posted 02/11/2013
  • jeremygr
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    Thank You! Great work! Really helpful... It's best data bases manager

    Posted 02/05/2013
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